Focus of automakers and brands around the world, eletric cars are still far from the reality of some countries, such as Brazil. In addition to the lack of charging point infrastructure, high prices do nothing to attract consumers.

Among the models that have already been launched in the Brazilian market, none can be considered affordable. Of course, vehicles powered by electric energy are more expensive on the whole planet, but here, the problem is aggravated by imports and taxes. But they are still the dream of consumption for many people!

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So, if you are thinking of abandoning fossil fuels, check out some of the electric cars in Brazil available on the market:

The cheapest is JAC iEV20, with a 68 horsepower engine, which costs 159 me and 900 reais

The French Renault Zoe is a little more powerful, with 92 horses, but the price already jumps to 206 thousand reais.

The Mini Cooper SE is more sporty, with 184 hp, and prices ranging from 240 to almost 265 thousand reais ...

Another option among the trams is the Nissan Leaf, which costs about 260 thousand…
Or the Chevrolet Bolt, for 274 thousand reais.

The German BMW was one of the first automakers to bring an electric model to Brazil. And she now offers the i3, for 280 thousand reais ...

We also have a choice between pickups… the JAC iEV330P is big, but not very powerful. It has a 150 horsepower engine and costs 300 thousand reais.

None of these models can be considered cheap, but the prices start to get frightening from now on:

An Audi e-tron, for example, can reach 630 thousand reais… which is the same price as the Mercedes-Benz EQC, which has two electric motors with 408 horsepower and a lot of technology…

The English Jaguar I-Pace is also an SUV with two engines, but the price is a little higher: 640 thousand reais ...

And the most expensive of all the electric models available here, at least for now, is the Porsche Taycan Turbo S. It is a super sport, with 761 horses and all the sophistication of the German brand. And of course, it is for very few. It costs one million and 79 thousand reais ...

With the increase in the network of public chargers and the advancement of battery technology, the forecast is that more manufacturers will put fully electric vehicles on Brazilian streets,.

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